Trojan bowling teams take on rival City High in Battle for the Pins

Trojans battle it out with cross-town City high in the annual Battle for the Pins on Dec. 10.

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Zoe Smith

Jade Ritchey ’22 releases her ball down during the last qame of the meet.

Zoe Smith, Assistant Sports Editor

Colonial Lanes was packed full of bowling fans on Dec. 10 as the bowling teams from West took on their rival City High in the annual Battle for the Pins. Both the boys and girls teams played some intense games and ultimately the girls team fell to the Little Hawks. The boys team pulled through and took home the King Pin.

The Little Hawks picked up an early lead against the girls team concluding with a final score of 2513-1888. Whitney Noeller ’24 led the team in total pins with a score of 276. 

Across the lanes, West High’s boys team was able to pull out a win against City. The final score was 2599-2451. Senior Stirien Robertson lead the team in points with a total score of 371, closely followed by Ryan Bys ’22 with a score of 357. 

The girls team will jump right back into it tomorrow with a tournament at Lancer Lanes in Cedar Rapids. Both teams will be in action next Thursday, Dec. 16 in Cedar Rapids to take on the Kennedy Cougars.